Abstract: there are many reasons for eye fatigue. Some studies have found that the effect of treatment plus mood regulation to alleviate eye fatigue is much better than that of simple treatment of eye fatigue. Therefore, experts believe that eye fatigue is related to mood.
when there is eye fatigue and dry eyes, many people do not get good results through treatment, and after adjusting their emotions, the symptoms are relieved to a certain extent. If you want to completely alleviate eye fatigue and dryness, it is best to combine treatment with mood regulation.
experts say that eye fatigue and dry eye caused by anxiety account for a large proportion of patients. In the clinic, women with visual sub-health are more than men. This is because women are more likely to have workplace anxiety, resulting in “visual sub-health” caused by anxiety.
in summer, people are particularly prone to adverse emotions such as tension, anxiety and depression, and the secretion of pituitary and adrenal hormones will be relatively reduced. This will make the binocular visual transmission and visual information processing functions in a low-level working state, which will directly lead to the uncoordinated contraction and relaxation steps of crystals and eye muscles, and eventually lead to symptoms such as headache, nausea, eye swelling and blurred vision. Generally speaking, it is called “binocular visual function abnormality” in medicine.
therefore, if you want to completely alleviate eye fatigue and dryness, it is best to combine treatment with mood regulation. Usually you can use some small methods to protect your eyes. For example, in a dry air-conditioned room, you can put a cup of hot water next to the computer to increase the surrounding humidity to reduce eye discomfort.
at the same time, it is particularly important to relax properly. When you are nervous and anxious, you might as well listen to music or take a deep breath for several times. You can also apply hot towel to your eyes for 10 minutes, drop eye drops, often drink green tea, oolong tea or Tieguan, yawn, sour plum, eye exercises, etc.